Double-barreled bonds are sometimes referred to as "combination bonds".
These bonds, as specified by their trust indenture, are municipal general obligation bond issues. For example, assume a local city issues a double-barreled muni bond to raise funds for a new toll road bypass. In the event that the cash flows from the tolls are unable to cover the interest and/or principal payments (debt service), the shortage would be covered by the issuing city from its general fund. These bonds are thus backed by both the toll revenue stream and the full faith and credit of the issuing city.
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Double-barreled — Dou ble bar reled, or barrelled bar relled , a. Having two barrels; applied to a gun. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
double-barreled — [dub′ lbar′əld] adj. 1. having two barrels, esp. side by side, as a kind of shotgun 2. having two purposes 3. that can be taken in two ways; ambiguous … English World dictionary
double-barreled — adjective 1. having two barrels mounted side by side a double barreled shotgun • Syn: ↑double barrelled • Ant: ↑single barreled 2. having two purposes; twofold our double barreled desire to make things profitable as well as attractive Louis… … Useful english dictionary
double-barreled — dou|ble bar|reled [ ,dʌbl bærəld ] adjective 1. ) a double barreled gun has two parts that bullets come out from 2. ) MAINLY JOURNALISM a double barreled attack or plan has two parts … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
double-barreled — adjective Date: 1709 1. of a firearm having two barrels mounted side by side or one beneath the other 2. twofold; especially having a double purpose < asked a double barreled question > … New Collegiate Dictionary
double-barreled — /dub euhl bar euhld/, adj. 1. having two barrels mounted side by side, as a shotgun. 2. serving a double purpose or having two parts or aspects: a double barreled attack on corruption. [1700 10] * * * … Universalium
double-barreled — double bar·reled … English syllables
double-barreled — dou′ble bar′reled adj. 1) (esp. of a shotgun) having two barrels mounted side by side 2) serving a double purpose or having two aspects • Etymology: 1700–10 … From formal English to slang
double-barreled — Describes backing of the principal and interest of a smaller municipal revenue bond by a larger municipal entity. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary … Financial and business terms
double barreled — having two barrels (of a firearm); having two different meanings or purposes … English contemporary dictionary